dreams. >> watching -- we're looking at pictures you sent actually, really fascinating to see. you have a community garden here. looks like people are eating together. explain to us what are the benefits of this compared to, like, if you're living in a regular neighborhood, let's say, or in a retirement community? >> yeah, well, in co-housing -- one of the hallmarks of co-housing is we share meals together, we take turns cooking, and in my community, for example, we have meals together twice a week. and for me it is really a highlight of my week to get together with my neighbors, you know, to see what's going on, to chat and to share and catch up with the kids. in my community we're a multigenerational community. and for me that's great because i have an opportunity to interact with, you know, little kids, with teenagers, with the tweens, as well as with people in their 20s, 30s and 40s. >> it sounds like a lot of fun. i know you have some rules in the group here. and you call them work parties.